That move, which came February 9, has increased speculation that George T.Conway, the husband of Trump’s high-profile adviser Kellyanne Conway, will get the post.
Which they, I get why people are entertained by them.Jan Brewer to veto this effort to protect businesses that want to discriminate against gay people. The premise of the bill is that discrimination becomes acceptable so long as it is packaged inside a religious wrapper. Eddie Farnsworth (R) explained, lawmakers introduced it in response to instances where anti-gay business owners in other states were “punished for their religious beliefs” after they denied service to gay customers in violation of a state anti-discrimination law.Yet, while LGBT Americans are the current target of this effort to repackage prejudice as “religious liberty,” they are hardly the first. [God] was the original segregationist.” Theodore Bilbo was one of Mississippi’s great demagogues.But these kind of things are why today we're celebrating Sandra Bland's birthday without her.Right, our perception of black women or them not being worthy of our love let alone our political attention or media is why we can have this black woman who is not here on her birthday because the state also saw her as less than valuable, right? But also we have to understand that there's consequences to the things we say in our preferences, right? In fact, Jill Scott once wrote a piece for Essence called Called the wince, where she admitted that she cringes when she sees black men dating interracially, but not black women. I don't even know if it's so much of a double standard.
[BLANK_AUDIO] Feminist and co host of the Black Joy Mixtape, Amber J. I think they still get people write that because there is never like this.